The look of love is in your… fabric! Treat yourself or someone special to a bunch of Valentine Rose fabric from Tanya Whelan! We jut adore this romantic collection that still satisfies our modern tastes with clean lines and bold colours. Even if hearts and roses aren’t normally your bag, it’s hard to resist getting… Continue reading
Handmade gifts are such a lovely idea for Valentine’s Day, so we want to show you how to make a fabric heart. Add a chic edge to your creation using Liberty Lifestyle fabric as Needles&Lemons’ Judith Dahmen has done here with scraps from Liberty’s Stile and Bloomsbury collections. However you can use any fabric from… Continue reading
Pantone, the geniuses who have standardised colour around the world for designers, have announced their ‘Color of the Year’ for 2014 as Radiant Orchid!
So obviously the first thing we did was to race to our fabric stash and start pulling anything with this beautiful purple, lilac, amethyst hue – old or new. Pantone Radiant Orchid isn’t as popular a colour as many, but it’s now sure to be having its moment in 2014, in fashion, interiors and of course, quilting!
When you think of modern fabric design, Amy Butler has got to be one of the first names that springs to mind. With her eye for colour and pattern you just know that each collection is going to jump straight to the top of your must-have list. To help Amy celebrate the release of her… Continue reading
Issue 4, on sale now, comes with a FREE Amy Butler block design book produced using Amy Butler’s new fabric collection, Hapi! Produced in collaboration with Amy Butler, the 20 must-sew block designs are all made using Amy’s fabulous new fabric collection Hapi. Whether you use Hapi, or other fabric (we know your stash is probably bursting!)… Continue reading
We’re feeling in the festive spirit big style today, especially after spotting this Christmas fabric collection, Hip Holiday by Josephine Kimberling for Blend Fabrics. The mix of retro graphics with a modern twist of the traditional Christmas palette is spot on – now we just need Santa!
Get your FREE Colourwheel download here right now! All you need are scissors, a split pin (brad) and a printer. Simply print out the download on to paper, and follow the instructions next to the wheel. <<< CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE COLOURWHEEL DOWNLOAD>>> How to use your quilters’ colourwheel: > PLACE the wheel right… Continue reading